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On 08/14/2012 05:23 AM, Fabian Rodriguez wrote:
On 08/14/2012 05:09 AM, Anthony Easthope wrote:
  * Libreoffice is perfect for use within university's / schools as it
 can be easily distributed thanks to the GNU license the same goes
 for Zotero
You are referring to the client component. The server is not free, open


These might be of interest:

From the source code: license.txt:
Zotero Data Server
Copyright © 2010 Center for History and New Media
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA

The Center for History and New Media distributes the Zotero Data Server
source code
under the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3 (AGPLv3).

The Zotero name is a registered trademark of George Mason University.
See for more information.

Third-party copyright in this distribution is noted where applicable.

All rights not expressly granted are reserved.


You can setup a server to store Zotero files, but it's not a
trivial process and it lacks any and all ZOtero social features/web
front-end. It's even advised against (for corruption risks) by Zotero.

Agree regarding setup:

Also might be of interest:
[phpZoteroWebDAV 2.0 - php based WebDAV server and libra]

BTW: Congrats on the new baby boy!

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